Number of Volumes 11
Number of Issues 39
Number of Articles 345
Number of Contributors 499
Article View 73,537
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View Per Article 213.15
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Number of Submissions 331
Rejected Submissions 92
Reject Rate 28
Accepted Submissions 118
Acceptance Rate 36
Time to Accept (Days) 194
Number of Indexing Databases 3
Number of Reviewers 182

This journal publishes the new results of completed, original studies on any aspect of plant physiology-based also on approaches and methods of biochemistry, biophysics, genetics, molecular biology, genetic engineering, applied plant physiology, and other related fields. We also accept descriptions of original methods and instruments opening novel possibilities for obtaining and analyzing experimental results. Papers outlining trends and hypotheses are accepted as well. Brief communications are not accepted. However, in some cases, the editors may suggest that authors shorten a manuscript to the size of a brief communication (no more than 10 pages of text and 4 figures and / or tables in all). Manuscript submission implies that the material has not been published before, and is not under consideration for publication anywhere else.

Scimago Journal & Country Rank

 

The level of the Iranian Journal of Plant Physiology  according to the latest evaluation list and ranking of scientific journals  of The Ministry of Science and Research of the Islamic Republic of Iran in 2020  was promoted to an international, peer-reviewed journal publishing high-quality, original research. Please see the journal's Aims and Scope for information about its focus and peer-review policy.

Please note that this journal only publishes manuscripts in English.

Current Issue: Volume 11, Issue 2, Winter 2021 

1. Mitigation methane emission in paddy field utilizing biosilica of rice husk

Pages 3553-3560

John Bimasri; Dedik Budianta; Muhammad Umar Harun; Marsi -


2. Common basil (Ocimum basilicum L.) responses to lead (Pb(NOз)2) stress: Germination, morpho-physiological, and phytochemical

Pages 3561-3570

Mohsen Poursaeid; Alireza IranBakhsh; Mostafa Ebadi; Mohammad Hossein Fotokian


4. Physiochemical Responses Of Tepary Bean Plant Under Change In Growth Condition

Pages 3579-3588

Tabasom Ghadimian; Hamid Madani; Nourali Sajedi; Masoud Gomarian; Saeed Chavoshi


7. Essential oil Storage conditions affect the chemical composition in cultivated Mentha spicata

Pages 3617-3624

Jahangir Farahbakhsh; Sharareh Najafian; Mehdi Hosseini Farahi; Sedigheh Gholipour